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find out how you can help. visit us at uso.org. the uso. until every one comes home. >>> terror alert. americans are warned to be warned. sit down, show down. republican presidential candidates go after herman cain as mitt romney wins a key endorsement. >>> the road to recovery. months after a brutal beating in l.a., a san francisco giants fan finally leaves the hospital. >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for wednesday, october 12th, 2011. good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >>> the state department i should a worldwide travel alert overnight warning americans of potential terror attacks sponsored by iran, this follows a spoiled terror plot. an alleged murder for hire plan targeting the saudi baeambassad to the united states on soil. one is arrested and one is on the run. susan mcginnis is in washington with details on this. good morning, susan. what is the latest. >> reporter: this has stunned washington. just simply the idea that iran would solicit the murder for high from a mexican drug cartel to kill the saudi ambassador and has all levels of the u.s. gov
>>> where are the jobs? where are the jobs? >> boiling point. outrage over the stagnant u.s. economy. corporate greed and d.c. dysfunction grows as the government releases what is expected to be another dismal jobs report. >>> a bizarre twist. the parents of a missing kansas city baby deny police accusations they have stopped cooperating with investigators. >>> a decade old war in afghanistan. as one former commander warns, we're still a long way off from winning. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, october 7th, 2011. good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >>> we begin with the u.s. economy. this morning, the labor department releases its employment report for last month and the news is not expected to be good. economists predict that about 60,000 jobs were added in september, not enough to lower the employment rate which is expected to remain at 9.1%. unemployment has topped 8% for the past 31 months, the longest stretch on record. susan mcginnis is in washington with more on this. good morning, susan. >> hi, go
morning news" for wednesday, october 12th, 2011. good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >>> the state department i should a worldwide travel alert overnight warning americans of potential terror attacks sponsored by iran, this follows a spoiled terror plot. an alleged murder for hire plan targeting the saudi baeambassad to the united states on soil. one is a f the u.s. government reacting and the talk now here is what -- federal officials are warning americans at home and abroad to be on the lookout for possible tryst attacks. the state department issued the alert late last night as justice revealed they had spoiled an alleged plot for the assassination to the united states. they say manssor arbabsiar and another man planned to use explosives to kill abel al jubeir at a restaurant in washington, d.c. he hired a hitman he thought worked for a mexican drug cartel but was a d.e.a. agent. >> these individuals had no regard for their intended victim, no regard for innocent citizens who might have been hurt or killed in this attempted assassination. >> reporter: fbi arrested
" for wednesday, october 12th, 2011. good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >>> the state department issued a worldwide travel alert overnight warning americans of potential terror attacks sponsored by iran, this follows a spoiled terror plot right out of hollywood. an alleged murder for hire plan targeting the saudi ambassador to the united states on american oil. two iran government agents have been charged. one is under arrest and the other one is still on the run. susan mcginnis is in washington with details on this. good morning, susan. what is the latest? >> reporter: this has stunned washington. just simply the idea that iran would solicit the murder for high from a mexican drug cartel to kill the saudi ambassador and has all levels of the u.s. government reacting and the talk now here is what the u.s. does next. federal officials are warning americans at home and abroad to be on the lookout for possible terrorist attacks. the state department issued the alert late last night as justice revealed they had spoiled an alleged plot to assassinate the ambassador to the u
excuse us. shhh-shh! >>> desperate search. rescue teams scramble to find survivors after a massive earthquake rocks turkey. >>> liberation day. a joyful celebration in libya marks the end of gadhafi and the end of democracy. >> pitching gem. derek holland contains the big bats of st. louis to put the rangers back in the hunt for a their first world series ring. >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, october 24th, 2011. good morning, everybody. appreciate you joining us. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen. >>> a powerful and deadly earthquake in turkey. hundreds of rescue teams worked through the night and search for survivors believed to be trapped beneath dozens of collapsed building. the 7.2 quake hit north of turkey. at least 217 are known to have died, but hundreds are still missing this morning. susan mcginnis is in washington with the latest. >> reporter: it's a real struggle in turkey at this hour to simply find survivors, so the full extent of the casualties is not going to be known for some time. president obama said the u.s. stands shoulder-to-shoulder with tur
, 2011. captioning funded by cbs good morning, everybody. appreciate you joining us. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen. >>> we begin this morning with a powerful and deadly earthquake in turkey. hundreds of rescue teams worked through the night and search for survivors believed to be trapped beneath dozens of collapsed building. the magnitude 7.2 quake hit eastern turkey near the border with iran. they say 80 buildings collapsed. at least 217 are known to have died, but hundreds are still missing this morning. susan mcginnis is in washington with the latest. susan, good morning. >> hi, terrell. good morning. >> reporter: it's a real struggle in turkey at this hour to simply find survivors, so the full extent of the casualties is not going to be known for some time. president obama said the u.s. stands shoulder-to-shoulder with turkey right now and is ready to help. rescue crews pulled this man out alive from a collapsed building in eastern turkey this morning, after desperately looking for any sign of life. a 7.2 magnitude quake shook the remote region on sunday, flattening buildin
" for friday, october 14th, 2011. thanks for joining us. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen. >>> in some cities where there are protests against corporate greed of spread, demonstrators were confronted by police. in seattle, police warned the protesters to leave the park they occupy and in denver they were ordered to leave a park near the colorado state capital. here in new york where the "occupy wall street" movement began four weeks ago, police will force the demonstrators to move. they occupy a park near wall street. some protesters say they will have to be force to do leave. hazel sanchez has details. >> reporter: in undieing solidarity, members of "occupant wall street" march to city hall petitioning mayor bloomberg to plow through the park with an the nypd and a cleanup crew tomorrow morning. protesters have been cleaning up the park with soapy bedrooms and piling up trash on the curb. nevertheless mayor bloomberg outlined a plan to scrub down the park at 7:00 a.m. protesters can return under certain conditions. >> they will be able to go back but they won't
>>> this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, october 7th, 2011. good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >>> we begin with the u.s. economy. this morning, the labor department releases its employment report for last month and the news is not expected to be good. economists predict that about 60,000 jobs were added in september, not enough to lower the employment rate which is expected to remain at 9.1%. unemployment has topped 8% for the past 31 months, the longest stretch on record. susan mcginnis is in washington with more on this. good morning, susan. >> hi, good morning, betty. >> reporter: this will probably be the fifth month in a row for very sluggish job growth. remember, the economy needs to add more than a hundred thousand jobs a month just to keep up with population growth, so 60,000 or so jobs is going to put a lot of pressure on congress to take action. today's report is expected to show employers added only about 60,000 jobs in september, with unemployment stuck at 9.1% for the third straight month. >> i'm upset about unemployment. it's very, very hard right
morning news" for monday, october 17th, 2011. appreciate you joining us. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen. >>> a race driver said it was a crash that left his numb and speechless and claim the life of dan wheldon. the fiery multicar wreck spread wreckage across the track at the indianapolis speedway. practice speeds alone were hitting nearly 225 miles per hour. manuel guy agas has our report. >> reporter: burst into flames. >> multiple cars involved! >> reporter: british driver dan wheldon was killed when his car was caught in a fiery 15-car wileup on the 13th lap. it flew over another vehicle and landed in a catch fence just outside turn two. three other drivers were hurt in the pileup. wheldon was working his way forward from the back of the pack, the camera on his car, number 77, shows the crash as he approaches it. another driver's camera captured number 12 flipping over and catching fire. >> even if you're 300 yards behind that, you cannot stop these cars a. >> reporter: 33-year-old wheldon won the indy 500 twice, including this year's race. sunday's race was his 134th career
. good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >>> police in southern california say a child custody fight may have led to a massacre at a hair salon. eight people were shot and killed and, this morning, another is in critical condition. witnesses say the suspect is in custody. scott evans decry is the ex-husband of a salon employee and it happened in seal beach in orange county, south of l.a. elizabeth sanchez is there with the latest. good morning, elizabeth. >> good morning, betty. >> reporter: police just released the suspect's name a short time ago. as you said, it is scott decry. police say he is the man that came into the salon behind me late wednesday afternoon, opened fire, killing his ex-wife, among others. police worked through the night digging for clues inside salon meritage, the scene of orange county's deadliest shooting spree ever. >> i have worked here my whole life and nothing has ever happened. i've never even heard of like robberies. >> reporter: authorities say 42-year-old scott decry walked into the hair salon in seal beach, california, wednesday
" for thursday, october 20th, 2011. good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >>> the wild animal hunt in ohio is over, but it was a grim toll. most of the more than 50 animals released from a private animal preserve were killed including 18 rare bengal tigers. it's still not clear why the reserve owner terry thompson let the animals go before killing himself. he had several run-in with the law. including animal cruelty. he was released from prison three weeks ago after serving possession of firearms and five illegal machine guns. this morning, the area near the preserve is returning to normal this morning. >> reporter: all-night hunt that began tuesday extended into wednesday. almost 50 animals were shot and killed. bears, wildcats, wolves, and baboons turned the sleepy town of zanesville, ohio, upside down. >> reporter: one resident shot this cell phone video of a bear ambling around. the animals were freed from their cages by their own terry thompson who then took his own life. police say they had no choice but to take the animals down. >> it's a tragedy fo
" for thursday, october 27th, 2011. good morning, everybody. appreciate you joining us. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen. >>> this morning european leaders agreed on a deal to help resolve the european debt crisis. the agreement was hashed out over tense negotiations. it was all sernsored on reducin the european debt. >> reporter: the crushing greek debt threatens to affect the entire banking system. eu leaders say they have a deal but is it the answer? >> these are exceptional answers for exceptional times. >> reporter: after marathon negotiations, european leaders emerged with what they hope is the solution. the plan includes a significant reduction of greek debt that requires banks to accept losses of 50%. injecting 140 billion dollars into europe's biggest banks to withstand those losses and an expansion of the continent's bailout fund. failure to get something done would have been a disaster. the european crisis is the single biggest threat to the u.s. economy. europe is america's biggest trading partner. and default in greece or anywhere else could send shock waves through our
morning, everyone, on this hallowe halloween. appreciate your joining us. i'm terrell brown. >>> connecticut suffered the worst number of power outages in state history. states of emergency were declared in new jersey, connecticut, massachusetts and parts of new york. the storm blasted the east coast from maryland to maine. this morning, more than 2 million homes and businesses are still without power and at least 11 deaths are blamed on the storm. jim axelrod has our report. >> reporter: if they hadn't seen it. >> never saw this before in my life. >> reporter: they might not have believed it. but up and down the east coast, there was simply too much snow to ignore. >> i can't stand it. i hate it it. i hate it, hate it, hate it! i can't even express how much i hate it! it's awful! >> reporter: as the chain saws roared, more than 3 million households were without power. >> this is ridiculous. in october, not november not past halloween. it's crazy out here already. >> reporter: records were set in new york city where 2.9 inches of snow fell in central park. they never measure
, everybody. appreciate you joining us. good to see you. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen. >>> this morning, european leaders agreed on a deal to help resolve the european debt crisis. the agreement was hashed out during tense overnight negotiations. it was all censored on reducing grease's debt. drew levinson is here in new york with the details. good morning. >> good morning to you, terrell. >> reporter: the crushing greek debt threatens to affect the entire global banking system. now eu leaders say they have a deal but is it the answer? >> these are exceptional answers for exceptional times. europe never find itself in this situation. >> reporter: after marathon negotiations, european leaders emerged with what they hope is the solution. the plan includes a significant reduction of greek debt that requires banks to accept losses of 50%. injecting $140 billion into europe's biggest banks to withstand those losses and an expansion of the continent's bailout fund to better protect other countries in country, especially italy and spain. failure to get something done would ha
joining us. good to see you. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen. >>> it's been a night of reckoning for wall street protesters. in some cities where there are protests against corporate greed of spread, demonstrators were confronted by police. in seattle, police warned the protesters to leave the park they occupy and in denver they were ordered to leave a park near the colorado state capital. here in new york where the "occupy wall street" movement began nearly four weeks ago, police say they will force the protesters to move. they occupy a park near wall street. park owners say the conditions have become unsanitary. some protesters say they will have to be forced to leave. hazel sanchez has details. >> reporter: in undieing solidarity, members of "occupy wall street" march to city hall petitioning mayor bloomberg to plow through the park with an the nypd and a cleanup crew tomorrow morning. >> i'm worried that people are going to get hurt. >> reporter: protesters have been cleaning up the park with soapy bedrooms and piling up trash on the curb. nevertheless, mayor bloomberg outlin
italian prison is headed back to the u.s. today. >>> jury selection, the christmas day underwear bombers, washington, d.c. pleased not guilty. >>> and controversial comment. it kicks off monday night football for more than 20 years. maybe not any more. this is the cbs morning news, maybe not any more. this is the cbs morning news, tuesday, october 4th, 2011. captioning funded by cbs >>> and good morning, everybody. appreciate you joining us. amanda knox's wish to start her life starts today. she's expected to fly back to the united states after an italian appeals court cleared her. knox left an italian prison last night following the ruling. the reversal was based on a re-evaluation of dna evidence. knox was in prison for four years. >> reporter: amanda knox will soon be going home. an italian appeals court acquitted her of the 2007 murder of her roommate. >> both are acquitted. for not having committed the -- because the fact does not exist. >> we're thankful that amanda's nightmare is over. she suffered for four years for a crime that she did not commit. >> reporter: earlier in
" for friday, october 21st, 2011. good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >>> tomorrow, libya's transitional national council will officially declare the country liberated. today, the tyrant who ran libya for 42 years will be buried at an undisclosed location. they waving flags and shooting off fireworks in nearly every city. gadhafi was killed yesterday after he was captured alive by interim government fighters the fighters he once called rats. there is graphic video of his final moments. the circumstances surrounding his death remain unclear but it is clear from this video that his captors showed no mercy. dragged from a drainage pipe, gadhafi pleaded for his life. he was shoved and kicked and dragged through the streets. rebel forces say he died when gunfire broke out between gadhafi loyalists and. reporter kitty logan is in the libyan capital with more this morning. kitty, what is the mood in tripoli? >> reporter: it's quiet this morning. two reasons. one, it's friday. two, people were out celebrating very late last night and absolutely euphoric mood h
, october 26th, 2011. good morning, everybody. appreciate you joining us. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen this morning. >>> in oakland california, over night, more violent confrontations between occupy wall street rioters and police. police used tear gas against hundreds of protesters. last night's clash was the latest in a series of standoffs between demonstrators and police. several were injured in the overnight clashes. earlier in the day, some 100 protesters were arrested. robert lyles of our san francisco station kpix has our report. >> reporter: occupy oakland demonstrators were told the plaza would be a free speech space until 10:00 p.m., so both sides faced off. >> you must leave now! >> reporter: and within minutes, the sound of explosions, tear gas canisters rocketed into the crowd of at least 800. >> protesters were not being violent. they provoked protesters. >> she shot tear gas into the crowd. flash bangs. women, children, grandmothers, grandfathers, they are all standing in the same spot. >> it was like ridiculous. there was no need to do it. they weren't doing nothi
funded by cbs >>> good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. an israeli soldier was freed this morning after five years as a prisoner of the palestinian militant group hamas. gilad schalit was exchanged for hundreds of jailed palestinians, but some israels opens the lopsided deal. mark philips joins us from israel. mark, explain how this is playing out. >> reporter: it's not playing out as quickly as a lot of people expected. this is very intricate puzzle. a lot of pieces have been put into place. thus far, it's unclear how quickly those pieces are moving. there were reports earlier this morning that the israeli soldier who had been captured by hamas fighters just around gaza, he was in an israeli army position that was overrun by hamas fighters who had tunnelled into it, that he would be released by about now this morning. his family is waiting at a military base for him. the israeli prime minister is waiting there, as well. at the same time, bus loads of palestinian prisoners, more than 400 of them, were due to be handed over also around now, both to positions in the wes
. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. this is a big day for president obama's plan to cut down unemployment. he heads to pittsburgh to push his plan while the senate is taking a test vote on its $447 billion jobs bill. susan mcginnis is in washington with all the details on this. good morning, susan. >> reporter: good morning, betty. the president has been on a crusade to pass this jobs plan, promising it's going to bring down unemployment by a full point and add 1.5 million jobs. all that effort may not be enough to get it to pass this test vote. >> what do you want? >> more jobs. >> when do you want it? >> now. >> reporter: protesters stood along a crumbling bring in downtown los angeles demanding congress pass president obama's jobs plan. >> my dad is unemployed, my brother is unemployed, my sister is unemployed. >> reporter: demonstrating into the night, they called on lawmakers to put america back to work, rebuilding the nation's roads and bridges. >> people are losing their homes and we need jobs. >> reporter: today, the senate holds a vote, a key
>>> this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, october 6th, 2011. good morning everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >>> he was the edison of the digital age. steve jobs is being remembered this morning as a american visionary, someone who changed the way we think and use technology. think about and use technology. the cofounder of apple died yesterday at the age of 56 following a long illness. his impact on how we lived is hard to overstate. jobs died in california surrounded by family. in a statement, his family said in his public life, steve was known as a visionary. in his private life, he cherished his family. we are thankful to the people who shared their wishes and prayers during the last year of steve's illness. fans of jobs started a make-shift memorial outside of his home and at apple headquarters, flagged were lowered to half-staff. john blackstone has more on jobs' remarkable life. >> thank you very much. >> reporter: in his signature blue jeans and black turtleneck, steve jobs became familiar as apple's super salesman. unveiling technology that would excite consumers and
said faulty dna evidence was used to convict her of murdering her british roommate four years ago in perugia. she was acquitted and one day later, flew home. >> i was looking down from the airplane and it seemed like everything wasn't real. my family is the most important thing to me right now and i just want to go and be with them. >> reporter: knox's case played out under an international spotlight and here in seattle, her story often made headlines. many here are relieved and they were worried this day would never come. >> we love you! >> reporter: at the airport, friends and well-wishers came out to support her. >> just so glad that she is home. it's the way it should be and i wanted to welcome her home. >> i hope she can recover from this and live a normal life. >> reporter: but after being in an italian prisons for years, she is reminded it may take some time to adjust. >> they are reminding me to speak in english because i am having problems with that. >> reporter: knox says she is thankful to everyone who helped her get home. now she is asking for privacy and just wants to
" for monday, october 17th, 2011. a very good morning to you. happy monday. appreciate you joining us. i'm terrell brown, in for betty nguyen. >>> a veteran race driver said it was a crash that left him numb and speechless. a crash that will claim the life of two-time indianapolis 500 winner dan wheldon. the fiery multicar wreck spread wreckage across the track at the las vegas motor speedway. even before the race, drivers had expressed concern about the safety at that track. practice speeds alone were hitting nearly 225 miles per hour. manuel gallegus has our report. >> reporter: in a matter of moments, several indy cars collided and burst into flames. >> multiple cars involved! >> reporter: british driver dan wheldon was killed when his car was caught in a fiery 15-car pileup on the 13th lap. it flew over another vehicle and landed in a catch fence just outside turn two. three other drivers were hurt in the pileup. wheldon was working his way forward from the back of the pack. the camera on his car, number 77, shows the crash as he approaches it. another driver's camera captured number
evidence used to convict them was thrown out after a scientific panel ruled it was unreliable. >> well, she's totally innocent. both her her and raffaele had nothing to do with this horrific crime. you look at use of just circumstantial evidence, there is no case. >> reporter: if fountain not guilty, the family plans to get amanda knox out of italy as quickly as possible. she could be back home in seattle by late tuesday, or wednesday. peter van zandt, cbs news, perugia,ity la. >> earlier this morning i had a chance to talk to sill yeah in perugia and said how easy it is that knox is addressing the court in fluent italian? >> it's very important indeed. she now speaks fluent italian. she spent four years or close to four years in prison in perugia and her italian is very good. she's fluent and certainly this was not the case when she first arrived in perugia and when this whole thing happened. she had barely been here, you know, a couple of weeks when the murder took place. >> reporter: how confidence is knox's legal team that her guilty verdict will be overturned? >> i think, you know, as
" for wednesday, october 19th, 2011. good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm betty nguyen. >>> in eastern ohio this morning, dangerous wild animals are on the loose and authorities are trying to hunted them down. dozen of animals, including lions, tigers, bears and wolves escaped from a wildlife preserve in zanesville, late yesterday. area residents have been warned to stay indoors and at least four school districts have canceled classes. >> wild animals. wild animals that you would see on tv in africa. right now, we are shooting to kill. >> deputies equipped with night vision and armed with assault rifles hunted the animals through the night. at last word, more than half had been killed but there could be a dozen or more still on the loose. staffers from the columbus zoo are also on the scene hoping to tranquilize and capture the animals without killing them. >> there were grizzly bears and black bears there and there were cheetahs and there were lions and there were tigers. >> reporter: the animals at the muskingum farm were left open. the fences unsecured. the farm's ow
week, implying that tea party conservatives hijacked the debate. >> it's way overdue for us to stop trying to satisfy some branch of the party and take some common sense steps to help america. >> reporter: the president's bus tour will continue rolling through north carolina today before pulling into virginia. monday, he got a chance to stock up on candy and greet locals at a general store. the white house insists this trip is about jobs, not votes. but that didn't stop supporters in asheville for shouting for more years. >> i appreciate the four more years, but right now i'm thinking about the next 13 months. >> reporter: here in washington, republicans called this nothing more than a cash paid campaign trip. >> it is clearly campaigning. and i must say again, i've never seen an uglier bus. >> reporter: senate democrats could bring up the first part of the president's plan this week. it contains $35 billion to help states keep hundreds of teachers, firefighters and police on the job. now, north carolina is important to the president. he only narrowly won that state in 2008. today h
by cbs >>> and good morning, everyone. appreciate you joining us, as always. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen this morning. libya's interim government says moammar gadhafi's corpse was buried this morning in a secret desert grave. gadhafi was buried with his son and a top aide. a few relatives and officials were in attendance. his body was removed from a walk-in freezer. it had been there since its capture showing clear signs of abuse. that triggered calls for investigation. the site of the burial will remain secret to ensure it does not become victim of a crime. it's reported that gadhafi's son, his long time heir apparent is in libya travel, a false passport trying to flee. >>> the search continues for hundreds of people missing after sunday's devastating earthquake in turkey. more than 366 people are known to have decided, most buried when scores of buildings collapsed. the area of southern turkey has been hit by numerous aftershocks. at least 1300 have been injured. >>> thailand is reeling from the worst floods to hit that country in nearly 60 years. flood waters are n
on that doh. >>> appreciate you being here this morning. i'm betty nguyen. thanks for joining us. >>> amanda knox returned home to seattle last night soon after acquitted of murder charges by an italian family arrived in se last night but amanda was not with them and he wouldn't say where she was. >> manuel has more. >> reporter: as she was cheered by well wishers at the seattle airport. >> thank you to everyone who has believed in me, who has defended me, who supported my family. >> reporter: knox was set free on monday. a jury said faulty dna evidence was used to convict her of murdering her british roommate four years ago in perugia. she was acquitted and one day later, flew home. >> i was looking down from the airplane and it seemed like everything wasn't real. my family is the most important thing to me right now and i just want to go and be with them. >> reporter: knox's case played out under an international spotlight and here in seattle, her story often made headlines. many here are relieved and they were worried this day would never come. >> we love you! >> reporter: at the airport,
, 2011. thanks for joining us. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen this morning. >>> oakland, california, more violent protests. police used tear gas against hundreds of protesters. last night's clash was a series of standoffs between demonstrators and police. earlier in the day, some 100 protesters were arrested. robert lyles of our san francisco station kpix has our report. >> within minutes, the sound of explosions, tear gas canisters rocketed into the crowd of at least 800. >> protesters were not being violent. they provoked protesters. >> she shot tear gas into the crowds. women, children, grandfathers, all standing in the same spot. >> ridiculous. no need to do it. they weren't doing nothing but talking. >> reporter: one tear gas canister appeared to slam into the skull of a creme. his friend carried him away. main library before rush hour with a demand to release some 70 demonstrators arrested during the raid on the plaza. they were snaking through the streets of downtown oakland, but at eighth and washington, the peace was prone. police fired grenades and rubber bulle
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